Some people have a nagging feeling that the job they are in isn’t right for them.
For me, it was a sudden, powerful realization that something was a...
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When people start a new job, they generally do so with optimism and motivation, hoping to experience great success and fulfillment, and often many do. For others though, as time goes by, subtle signs of job dissatisfaction might start to creep in.
We may not have the luxury of quitting our jobs. We may not have the luxury of going after our dreams full-time. But we have the luxury of remembering that our happiness is in our hands.
Leaving a job, or in the case of people like me, a career, is sort of like breaking up with your guy: On some level you know when it's time to leave but that doesn't mean you do it.
For Manish Vora, then 26, a salary package around $500,000 wasn't enough. Nor was his epic climb from Citigroup i-banker to research director at a bou...
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